Thu, Apr 23 | Zoom Livestream

Analog Style Mixes from any DAW

Learn how mixing engineers achieve analog sounding mixes using any DAW with Grammy & Latin Grammy Producer and Engineer Enrico De Paoli and Grammy-Nominated Engineer Frank Socorro during this free livestream.
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Analog Style Mixes from any DAW

Time & Location

Apr 23, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT
Zoom Livestream

Details

During this session, Grammy & Latin Grammy Producer and Engineer Enrico De Paoli (Ana Carolina, Djavan) and Grammy-Nominated Engineer Frank Socorro (Mary J Blige, Nas, Cee-Lo) will discuss their individual perspective on achieving analog-sounding mixes. They will share mix workflows and plugin techniques that emulate a complete analog workflow and answer your questions live. At this end of this session, you should have a good understanding of how to get the sound of classic analog hardware, add tone and color to your sound in your DAW. 

Enrico will join us live from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, while Frank will join us from Miami, FL. 

This session is open to everyone. Register for free by April 23rd.

Enrico De Paoli

Grammy & Latin Grammy Producer and Engineer  (Ana Carolina, Djavan)

Enrico De Paoli is a Multi-GRAMMY studio and live engineer/producer/synth programmer from Brazil with extensive international experience. His career began in the United States, where he recorded artists such as Ray Charles (my world), Aaron Neville (the grand tour) and Alexander O’Neal (love makes no sense). More recently, Enrico has mastered the album Matizes by Djavan in 2007, and in 2010 he was the engineer recording, mixing and mastering the album Aria, by the same singer. The latter yielded Enrico his second Grammy Award, in 2011. Additional credits include Al Jarreau, Stanley Jordan, Marcus Miller, Ana Carolina, and Jorge Vercillo.

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Frank Socorro

Grammy-Nominated Engineer & Producer (Mary J Blige, Nas, Cee-Lo)

Frank Socorro started his audio career in the early 2000's working in the Miami area recording the diverse styles that occur in a city that’s developed into the melting pot it is today. During that time an opportunity to work on a Bad Boy project put him on a fast track that led to him working with artists such as Mary J Blige, Lenny Kravitz and Lauryn Hill. Eventually he would land a position as head engineer for super producer Salaam Remi. This new position brought a wider range of projects from Nas and Cee-Lo to major motion picture work for Rush Hour and Sex and the City. Along the way came 5 GRAMMY nominations and several gold and platinum plaques. He currently operates his own studio while working with the future of audio at the SAE Miami campus.

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Who is it for?

  • Producers
  • Mixing Engineers
  • Mastering Engineers
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